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Is my SSD up to par?

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I just got an 120GB SSD. It is an OCZ Vortex.

I used CrystalDisk to bench the drive.  I have noticed that respons seems fast...but over all speed is not what I was expecting.   When I used my SATA II Raptor drives x4 in Raid 0, I get a much faster speed when extracting large files etc.

I would like sombody to look at the results and tell me if this is PAR for this drive. If so I will keep it. If not I may need an RMA.  Im 100% to SSD so I am not sure.  I did set BIOS to AHCI for SSD.

ALL    4     500MB              C: 56%  (63/112)

                  Read [MB/s]               Write [MB/s]
Seq             333.3                         240.2
512k           353.6                         236.5
4k                31.51                         58.38
4k qd32      238.9                         195.8


Do those speeds seem normal?
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Thanks.

Ill keep it.
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